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74.   NIRVANARAYA alias PEDARAYA.

SUMMARY.

As Nirvanaraya caused his umbrella to be held over his
head on the battlements of Yelugodu, the Gajapati bestowed on
him the title of Yelugotiraya (1). He fought a tierce battle with
some unknown enemy to the west of Mahanandi (in the Kurnool
district), when he was slain (2 — 3). He went to Vaikuntha,
and was received with much warmth by the Grod Visnu (4 — 8).

ri Paw&valt, vV. 190, 197-201, 209, 214.

75,   V1ROPAK$A.
Virupaksaraya ruled at Vijayaiiagara for two years until
S. 8. 1396, Jaya *
ICaifiyat of Malamidi-Kambkatadinne, L. R. 37, p. 302.
76.   TAMMATA BASAVA   REDDL
STTMMARY.
Tammaya Basava flourished in the kingdom of Udayagiri
favoured by the goddess of victory (1). He obtained the privilege
of riding in a palanquin from the Q-ajapati, and unlimited
enjoyments of royalty from the king of Karnata. He created
terror in the minds of Muhammadan warriors by his deeds of
valour ; and he exacted tribute forcibly from the petty chiefs
residing in Telingana (2).
Vennelakanti SHrayya : WspujtUrSnam 1 : 37, 41.
77.   SALUVA NARASLMHA.
Saluva Narasingaraya ruled for 20 (twenty) years until
S. S. 1420, Kalayuktif
Kaifiyat of Malamidi-KamW&ladinne, L. R. 37, p. 302.
78.   THE SERVICES OF KANDADAI RAMANUJADASAR.
The folio wing are the details of the services done by Kandadai
Ramanuja who came in the Saka year, 1413. Vira Narasingaraya
was successful against Praudhadevaraya and was ruling the
*The date and tie regnal y«ars are •wrong.
t Both the Łaka date and the duration of the reign given in the Kaifiyat are not
correct-